Project Life- Gratitude
Exciting news today. It’s a double whammy post. This NEVER happens, huh?
That’s not the exciting part really. I have a fun Project Life Blog Hop today from demonstrators around the globe. WOWSA. Now that is COOL.
The theme for this Blog Hop is Project Life- Gratitude. This was so fun and easy to put together.
If you have never tried Project Life but you are sitting there thinking you have WAY too many pictures and no where to start… I have a solution.
Honestly, I’m grateful for Project Life. I have tons of pictures that are sitting in boxes and need to be scrapbooked. When I started digital scrapbooking I was getting low on pictures. GASP. I know, I know.. that is crazy talk. This is a great way to get pictures back into a book, be creative and get it done fast.
This two page layout took about 15 minutes from start to finish and I even created 2 cards with heavy embellishments.
This layout was started using the Seasonal Snapshot Project Life by Stampin’ Up! kit. In this kit you have Halloween, Fall, and Christmas rolled into one. The cards are fantastic, the embellishments are so CA-UTE!
You can get creative on your own as you see in this photo above. Now… WAIT… do you see how little there is here? There is a wood looking clear pocket page to insert. Then I added some of the Autumn Wooden Elements. The sequins come with the kit. Ta Da! The next pocket on the right is a leaf stamped from For All Things stamp set and then cut out. Grateful is stamped on another layer of cardstock to give it a little pop.
On the bottom right corner of this page I decided to be creative with banners. I also added an Autumn Wooden Element to bring in the Fall/Grateful theme.
Again, if you are looking for quick and easy, or you are a busy lady with piles of laundry and hungry kids… Project Life is for you. If you are a full time worker who cannot even THINK to be creative at night when you get home… Project Life is for you. Simple and Easy.
You can see all the products I used at the end of this post.
Let’s see what the other Project Lifers have created.
Just click the link and see what they created.
The BIG question… are you ready to try Project Life by Stampin’ Up!??